The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 5 > Education and Licensing of Structural Engineers in the United States
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Education and Licensing of Structural Engineers in the United States

The education and registration of structural engineers in the United States is, of course, varied due to the large number of institutions involved. However, certain generalities can be made. The system allows for a great deal of flexibility and change by students. The comments contained herein are the impressions and experiences of the author, a practising engineer who teaches part time, not a professional educator. R. Silman